A while back I wrote about my collection of vernacular photography. Every time I come home I jump around the local antique shops looking for something interesting. You may have read about Florida’s unusual cold snap. I almost froze while perusing the Fleamarket this morning, but I found the image above. Love. See more below.
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This year I am a freshman RA for a photography-themed floor at NYU. One of my residents, Kay, introduced me to this series of images taken by her grandfather. Meet Mr. Eizo Ota. In the 70′s he was one of nine representatives sent over by the Japanese Government to research traffic control in the United [...]